The Friends of the Library will travel by coach to NJPAC for a film screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows with a live musical score by the New Jersey Symphony | Details to follow

Coach bus leaves the Library at 6pm | Please plan to arrive by 5:45pm for loading

Join the Friends of the Library for the critically-acclaimed Aaron Sorkin adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. This Broadway revival stars Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch (the role that won an Oscar for Gregory Peck in the 1962 film).

A coach bus leaves the library at 12pm for a 2pm curtain time. Tickets are priced at $125 (includes bus fare and show).

Registration is required. Payment is due at time of registration. Please call Barry to register at 845 359-2811

Enjoy a Saturday lunch and stage performance of the acclaimed "Steel Magnolias," which chronicles the lives of six Louisiana ladies.

COACH BUS leaves library at 9:15am / LUNCH 11:30am / CURTAIN 1pm / BUS RETURNS 5:30pm

Tickets are $80 cash or check made payable to > Friends of Blauvelt Free Library

Experience the ethereal beauty of legendary sculptor Dale Chihuly's glass works. Drawings and early works are included, set within the New York Botanical Garden's lush landscapes, ponds and hothouses.

Transportation by school bus, which departs promptly at 10:30am. Lunch is available onsite (not included in price). Cash or check payable to the Friends of the Blauvelt Free Library. Price to be determined.

The Friends of the Blauvelt Free Library and St. Catharine's Parish are taking over the 100-seat Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack for a private performance of the rousing musical La Cage aux Folles. A wine and cheese intermission adds to the fun.

$45 cash or check payable to The Friends of the Blauvelt Free Library
Open seating, no transportation provided, parking maps of Nyack will be available

Call Joe Onativia at 656 648-823 (and hurry, tickets are going fast)

Welcome Spring and St. Patrick's Day as you join the Friends of the Library for
a sweet relaxation making chocolate treasures to bring home.

Open to adults and teens age 16 and over.
$20 cash or check made payable to: The Friends of the Blauvelt Free Library
Meets at Matisse Chocolatier at 32 Orangetown Center in Orangeburg

Call Friends President, Alice Ryan, for more into at 845 398-3590

Join the Friends of the Library for traditional Irish music at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The band is joined by fiddlers, Natalie MacMaster and Donald Leahey. Coach bus departs from the library at 1pm sharp. Bus loads at 12:45pm.

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